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The Metro leads with the trial of Ryder cup golfer Thorbjorn Olesen. It writes that a court has heard the golfer sexually assaulted a woman on a plane as he binged on drink and pills while...

Metro reports that 152 people have been fined and 125 kicked off London’s public transport network for not wearing masks on the first day of new rules.

Millions more adults and children will be offered further vaccines to help beat the spread of the Omicron variant under new plans, reports the Metro front page.

The government has urged people to mask-up to help protect against COVID, amid fears the Omicron variant could end up spreading in the UK.

Just over a day after migrants drowned on the Channel, the Metro leads on more asylum seekers trying to make the dangerous journey for a “better life” in the UK.

Questions are being asked of French police patrol, after migrants drowned making the journey to the UK on a dinghy, according to the Metro.

Metro reports on the prime minister’s speech to the CBI in which he lost his way, made car noises and praised cartoon character Peppa Pig.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been criticised for not wearing a face mask on a crowded train – just a day after apologising for not wearing one during a hospital visit, Metro says.

Nine eco-activists from Insulate Britain will be in prison cells this Christmas after being jailed for breaking laws aimed at ending the chaos they created on Britain’s roads, Metro reports. 

The Metro leads on how cricket whistleblower Azeem Rafiq broke down in tears as he revealed his “inhuman” treatment in an emotional testimony to MPs. 

The wife of Liverpool taxi driver David Perry says he is ‘lucky to be alive’ after a suspected suicide bomber blew up his cab, the Metro reports. 

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